Park City Police Department

  • Agency: Park City Police Department
  • Address: 6110 N Hydraulic Ave, Park City, 67219 KS
  • Chief: William Edwards (Chief of Police)
Phone: 316-744-2011
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Park City Police Department is located at 6110 N Hydraulic Ave, Park City, 67219 KS. The Chief of Police of the department is William Edwards. The Park City Police Department phone number is 316-744-2011.

Park City Police Department News

*****RUNAWAY ALERT***** Please help us try to find Haleigh Sader. She is pictured below. Anyone with any information please call 911 and ask for a Park City officer. Reference case 17P0820. Thank you for any help you can offer in locating Haleigh.

FEDERAL CHARGES IN PARK CITY DRUG CASE: PRESS RELEASE - November 9, 2017 From the Kansas Bureau of Investigation ***For Immediate Release *** Four indicted following methamphetamine distribution investigation WICHITA, Kan. – The Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI), and the U.S. Attorney’s Office announced four indictments after a year-long multi-county investigation into methamphetamine distribution concluded in south central Kansas. KBI special agents, along with law enforcement from the Park City Police Department, the Winfield Police Department, the El Dorado Police Department, the Wellington Police Department, the Wichita Police Department, the Kansas Highway Patrol, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives participated in the investigation. Named in the Nov. 1 indictment were: Ashton Malone, 33, of Wichita, Kan., Justin Slayden, 35, of Winfield, Kan. and April Slayden, 38, of Park City, Kan. Jeremiah Raper, 35, of Wichita, Kan. was charged in an earlier indictment. The indictments allege the subjects unlawfully, knowingly and willingly distributed methamphetamine. Each defendant was charged with felony distribution of methamphetamine, and Justin Slayden was also charged with unlawfully possessing a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime. Assistant U.S. Attorney Mona Furst is prosecuting. The KBI’s mission in proactive narcotics operations like these is to partner with all affected law enforcement agencies in an effort to reduce the availability and distribution of drugs in Kansas. Contact: Melissa Underwood, KBI (785) 296-8283 melissa.underwood@kbi.state.ks.us ###

*****RUNAWAY ALERT***** Please help us try to find Haleigh Sader. She is pictured below. Anyone with any information please call 911 and ask for a Park City officer. Reference case 17P0820. Thank you for any help you can offer in locating Haleigh.

*****RUNAWAY ALERT***** Please help us try to find Haleigh Sader. She is pictured below. Anyone with any information please call 911 and ask for a Park City officer. Reference case 17P0820. Thank you for any help you can offer in locating Haleigh.

NOTICE---BROADWAY WILL BE COMPLETELY CLOSED on Sunday, Nov. 5th, from approximately 1:00PM to 3:00PM, from 45th Street to Briar Rose Lane (the entrance to Hartman Arena, north of 77th Street). This is due to the annual Wichita Motorcycle Toy Run. Please avoid the area during this time! Best wishes to the Toy Run volunteers and participants for a successful and safe event.

Remember that texting and driving is illegal for drivers of all ages! Drivers who hold a learner's permit or intermediate license are not allowed to use a cell phone at all while driving. It is best practice to always pull over to a safe place if you need to make a phone call.

Thank you to the Levy Special Education Center for the visit. We had a great time showing you our new facility! Pictured below are our guests with Sgt. Goodall and Officer Shields.

Be sure to keep an eye out and stay alert while both dropping off and picking up kids from school. Remember just because you see them doesn’t mean they see you.

Remember with the cold season coming around deer become more active. Be sure to be alert and keep an eye out for these four legged friends while driving.

Please watch for the children of our community as they are walking to and from school. The minimum fine for speeding in the school zone is $159 and climbs steadily depending on speed. Let's work to ensure the safety and future of tomorrow's Park City citizens!

The safety of the children in our community is paramount to us. Please obey the stop signs and watch for children at all times.

We are hiring for full time police officers! As a member of the Park City Police Department, you will have the opportunity to join a team of ethical, hard working law enforcement professionals. If you are highly motivated and have a strong desire to serve the community, please apply to join our team and invest in your future. Apply online at www.hrepartners.com. All applicants must fill out a Personal History Questionnaire in order to be considered. We provide our officers a hiring incentive and retention bonus, see below, training and career development opportunities, an outstanding benefit package, and the opportunity to work in a brand new state of the art police facility. This is a full time position. Hours/shifts will be assigned by the Chief of Police. The entry-level salary for Police Officer I with no certification or experience is $17.80 per hour. Starting salary may be adjusted based on certification and years of experience. To be considered for employment as a Park City Police Officer, an applicant must: Be a U.S. citizen Be at least 21 years of age Have a valid Kansas driver’s license Have a high school diploma or equivalent Be able to pass an extensive background investigation, polygraph, medical exam, and drug screen. Not have a personal or professional history that would automatically disqualify you for this position Live within 30 minutes driving time under normal conditions. Non- Commissioned New Hire Incentives Successful Completion KLETC- $1000.00 Successful Completion of Park City Field Training - $500.00 Promotion to Police Officer II (two years after KLETC graduation/certification) - $1000.00 Commissioned Officer New Hire Incentives First Full paycheck - $500.00 Completion of Field Training and Park City Training Period with successful evaluation - $1000.00 Two Years of service with Park City - $1000.00

We are hiring for full time police officers! As a member of the Park City Police Department, you will have the opportunity to join a team of ethical, hard working law enforcement professionals. If you are highly motivated and have a strong desire to serve the community, please apply to join our team and invest in your future. Apply online at www.hrepartners.com. All applicants must fill out a Personal History Questionnaire in order to be considered. We provide our officers a hiring incentive and retention bonus, see below, training and career development opportunities, an outstanding benefit package, and the opportunity to work in a brand new state of the art police facility. This is a full time position. Hours/shifts will be assigned by the Chief of Police. The entry-level salary for Police Officer I with no certification or experience is $17.80 per hour. Starting salary may be adjusted based on certification and years of experience. To be considered for employment as a Park City Police Officer, an applicant must: Be a U.S. citizen Be at least 21 years of age Have a valid Kansas driver’s license Have a high school diploma or equivalent Be able to pass an extensive background investigation, polygraph, medical exam, and drug screen. Not have a personal or professional history that would automatically disqualify you for this position Live within 30 minutes driving time under normal conditions. Non- Commissioned New Hire Incentives Successful Completion KLETC- $1000.00 Successful Completion of Park City Field Training - $500.00 Promotion to Police Officer II (two years after KLETC graduation/certification) - $1000.00 Commissioned Officer New Hire Incentives First Full paycheck - $500.00 Completion of Field Training and Park City Training Period with successful evaluation - $1000.00 Two Years of service with Park City - $1000.00

We are hiring for full time police officers! As a member of the Park City Police Department, you will have the opportunity to join a team of ethical, hard working law enforcement professionals. If you are highly motivated and have a strong desire to serve the community, please apply to join our team and invest in your future. Apply online at www.hrepartners.com. All applicants must fill out a Personal History Questionnaire in order to be considered. We provide our officers a hiring incentive and retention bonus, see below, training and career development opportunities, an outstanding benefit package, and the opportunity to work in a brand new state of the art police facility. This is a full time position. Hours/shifts will be assigned by the Chief of Police. The entry-level salary for Police Officer I with no certification or experience is $17.80 per hour. Starting salary may be adjusted based on certification and years of experience. To be considered for employment as a Park City Police Officer, an applicant must: Be a U.S. citizen Be at least 21 years of age Have a valid Kansas driver’s license Have a high school diploma or equivalent Be able to pass an extensive background investigation, polygraph, medical exam, and drug screen. Not have a personal or professional history that would automatically disqualify you for this position Live within 30 minutes driving time under normal conditions. Non- Commissioned New Hire Incentives Successful Completion KLETC- $1000.00 Successful Completion of Park City Field Training - $500.00 Promotion to Police Officer II (two years after KLETC graduation/certification) - $1000.00 Commissioned Officer New Hire Incentives First Full paycheck - $500.00 Completion of Field Training and Park City Training Period with successful evaluation - $1000.00 Two Years of service with Park City - $1000.00

Officer Diaz and Code Enforcement McQueen teaching some children about being in public safety. Thanks to the kids that came out and for the doughnuts!

DID YOU KNOW? In Kansas, 16% of ALL accidents involve deer! * Deer/vehicle accidents will peak from now through mid-November. * Remember---DON'T VEER FOR DEER. Crashes tend to become more severe when motorists swerve to avoid deer. It's better to hit them than to lose control. * WATCH OUT especially around dawn and dusk, when deer are more active. * YES, PARK CITY HAS DEER ACCIDENTS! There are many deer in and around the city, so drive carefully!

Recently Officer Brandon Green was promoted to the role of Patrol Sergeant for PCPD. Brandon has been with PCPD for over 4 years, and has been a great asset to the department and the community. Please help us congratulate Sgt. Green on his recent promotion.

We would like to introduce Officer Luke Tibbits---the newest member of the Park City Police Department. Officer Tibbits completed 14 weeks of Basic Training at the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center and graduated September 1st. He immediately began his Field Training by riding with an experienced training officer for the next 3 1/2 months. Please join us in welcoming Officer Tibbits as he prepares to serve the citizens of Park City!

This gentleman was standing by the I-135 ramp holding this sign on Aug. 22nd. Park City officers received a 911 call to check on him. They determined he did not have any warrants but he was simply traveling, so they gave him a ride a little closer to his destination. (Facial features covered for privacy reasons.)

Don't forget! Open house at the new Park City Administration Center, 8AM to Noon, Saturday, August 19th.

Want to come see our new digs? Saturday August 19th from 08:00 AM to 12:00 PM we are having an open house at the new Park City Administration Center. Come on by and check out the new building and meet some of the employees of Park City!

Thanks to everyone who helped share about this motorcycle. It has been recovered and returned to its owner.